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haywire around here. a lot of people is just dying." now at 6:00 - one person dead... two more injured... after a triple shooting in milwaukee's northwest side. what we know about the investigation... coming up. plus - milwaukee police... making arrests near a memorial to sylville smith. the latest details on what led to the arrests - coming up live in one minute. good morning and welcome to wakeup! steph's weather today: decreasing clouds. cooler and less humid. high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays milwaukee police arrest 10 people in the sherman park neighborhood gathered at the memorial for sylville smith. deandra corinthios is live near sherman park with the latest this all happened in the area of 44th and auer...the intersection where sylville smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer earlier this month. mpd says there was a crowd of about 30-40 people. they arrested 10 people for disorderly conduct...and for resisting an officer.
complaints about crowds gathering in the area from neighbors. around 8 pm...police asked the crowds to disperse...when they say officers observed violations of the law. 20 minutes later police say they asked the crowd to leave again. some did...but other refused. that is when police started making arrests. fox6 has confirmed that state representative jonathan brostoff was in the area last night...and was detained by milwaukee police...and later released. brostoff tells fox6 he's being going to the ar o basis" to "maintain calm", "de-esclate" and "get policy ideas." police had the scene cleared by 9:45 p-m officers continued to patrol the area after that...and no further issues were reported. live near sherman park dc fox6 news. meanwhile... a group of kids is looking to make a difference in the sherman park
youth empowerment organization that works to bring resources to young people so that they can become more productive. the visit will feature a tablet giveaway as well as discussions for long-term plans for jobs. the activities all start at four o'clock. happening now - police are investigating a triple shooting on milwaukee's northwest side. kim's following this story live in the newsroom. one of the three men who were shot... died from his injuries. police were called near 27th and vine a little before one yesterday sure why gunfire broke out. but a teenager was one of the victims taken to the hospital. this is the third murder in 2 days and the 90th in milwaukee so far this year. you know there's been a lot of killings lately. so it's just really sad. it's scary. everything is going haywire around here. a lot of people is just dying. again-- no suspects are in
we're learning new information... on a man who was fatally stabbed early monday morning. angelica's in studio with the latest. milwaukee police say 32-year-old shawn ostrom was stabbed to death on the lower east side outside of a bar. two suspects-- a 45-year-old oak creek man and a 20-year-old greenfield man are now in custody. officials say the stabbing stemmed from an argument between ostrom and people he knew. ostrom was a chef at the pfister. this morning... a hotel spokeswoman "we have lost one of our respected colleagues and work family members. our hearts and prayers go out to his family and friends." some of ostrom's friends gathered last night.... near the spot where he was killed. the investigation is ongoing. a trial begins today for a milwaukee police officer accused of harassing a woman. 42-year old edmund estacio is charged with disorderly conduct. the alleged incident happened in brown deer last may. a woman claimed she had received
then she claims he came to her apartment and started banging on her window estacio has been suspended-- pending the outcome of the criminal investigation. today is the final pre-trial hearing for one of three men charged in the death of 5-year old laylah petersen. carl barrett is scheduled to stand trial next month on reckless homicide charges. petersen was shot inside her home back in november of 2014 investigators say barrett and arlis gordon were looking for revenge -- and opened fire on the wrong house. gordon also faces his trial is set for october. paul farr -the accused getaway driver - is charged with aiding a felon. it's a big weekend for college football... with games kicking off across the country. but coming up - we'll tell you about an investigation - that's sending a u-s-c player to the sidelines. plus - just into our newsroom - chris brown... bailing out of jail... after a nearly 14 hour long standoff with police. what he's charged with - straight ahead. and terrifying moments at a mall. what led to a parking lot shootout.
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happening now - a u-s-c linebacker is under investigation... in connection with two accusations of sexual assault - one in california and one in utah. osa masina will not be on the field this weekend against alabama as a result. a police report shows an alleged victim obtained a rape kit... and accused masina of forcible rape and sodomy. los angeles police served a search warrant last week at a u-s-c practice facility in los angeles. terrifying moments for people shopping at a mall... as undercover agents an a shootout. this all went down at a mall in joliet, illinois last night. undercover agents met with the dealer in a mall parking lot... and saw that he had 70-thousand dollars worth of cocaine on hand. the agents tried to arrest the man - who pulled out a gun and shot at the agents. that man was then shot in the leg by one of the agents. a second person was also arrested. neither agent was hurt. coming up - all eyes on florida... where fallout from the presidential primaries... played a big part in shaping two major races last night. plus - amazon's going back to
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some big names in politics... staving off primary challenges... in an election cycle that's been anything but ordinary. kim's in studio with the results you're going to want to know about. starting in florida - where senator marco rubio won the republican senate nomination... beating millionaire developer carlos beruff. beruff was the only major republican candidate to stay in the race... after rubio decided at the last minute to run for re-electio presidential bid. rubio had said for months he wouldn't run again... no matter what happened in the presidential race.. but filed to run two days before the ballot deadline. he'll be up against u-s representative patrick murphy. representative debbie wasserman schultz holds off a strong primary challenger... a month after a hack of the d-n-c's emails led to her resignation as d-n-c chair. the emails... released by wikileaks... showed a pro-clinton bias over
process. this was the first time wasserman schultz has faced a primary opponent in six terms... as fort lauderdale's representative to congress. in arizona... senator john mccain beat back a tea party activist's challenge... and will run for a sixth term this november. the 2008 presidential nominee's easily defeated three republicans on the ballot... but it's been a tumultuous season. earlier this month... donald trump sparked an in-party rift... when he said mccain... or house speaker paul ryan in his primary here. trump later came around and endorsed the two at a rally in green bay. mccain now faces a tough democratic challenger this november - representative ann kirkpatrick. anchors chat/toss to steph steph's weather today: decreasing clouds. cooler and
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headlines - amazon is launching a retail pickup location... right on campus at u-w madison. the company will set up its brick and mortar store at the red gym... so anyone on campus can pickup all their online purchases at the same location. the deal is set to last for at least five years. amazon has already set up similar retail locations at purdue... and u-c berkely. doors will open november 1st. developing right now - i-t-t tech... putting a stop to all enrollment. what that means for students here in wisconsin. plus - the teen accused of pretending to be a doctor - is arrested again. what police say he did
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wakeup news. anchors adlib weather over live pic a quiet, cooler day ahead with a mostly sunny sky and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s lakeside. i-t-t technical institute... no longer accepting new students. the announcement comes a week after the department of education banned the school from enrolling students who need federal financial aid. the school is under
and accounting practices... in roughly a dozen states. students who have already started classes can still use their financial aid. i-t-t has two locations in wisconsin - greenfield and madison. remember that teenager who was arrested for posing as a doctor in florida? well... he's been arrested again. malachi love-robinson, who's 19 years old, has been charged with grand theft and fraud. police in palm beach say he wrote a bad check for 15 hundred dollars ... as a down payment for a car. but has since posted bail. he was also arrested in february... after an undercover agent said he tried to give her a physical exam. coming up - donald trump announces a surprise visit... to mexico! who he's meeting with - ahead of a major immigration speech today. straight ahead - family members...coming forward... after a woman is found dead in a milwaukee county jail cell. also coming up - mothers... demanding answers... after their sons were
charges. and unrest... giving way to arrests in the same area where sylville smith was shot to death by a milwaukee police officer. we'll have the latest information in a live report at 6:30. anchor adlibs a quiet, cooler day ahead with a mostly sunny sky and a high temperature in the low to middle 70s. mostly clear tonight with temperatures dropping into the low 50s inland, upper 50s
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with overdoes i have an inkling something else happened." now at 6:30 - the family of a woman found dead in a milwaukee county jail cell - begging for answers... and warning families to learn from their loss. plus - a busy night for milwaukee police... as officers arrest several people... at a memorial for sylville smith. deandra corinthios joins us with the very latest - in one minute. anchors adlib welcome back steph's weather today: decreasing clouds. cooler and less humid. high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10
= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays arrests near 44th and auer last night...after a crowd gathers at a memorial for sylville smith smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer two weeks ago...following a chase. deandra corinthios is live near sherman park with the latest milwaukee police tried to break up a large crowd near 44th and auer ..but police say not everyone cooperated. 10 people were arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting an officer
8 pm and 9:45 pm last night. police say they were getting complaints from people in the neighborhood about crowds gathering near 44th and auer. police say residents of the sherman park neighborhood asked mpd for help restoring order. around 8 pm police asked a crowd of about 30 to 40 people to leave when they say officers observed violations of the law. they asked the crowd to disperse again about twenty minutes later... some left, but others refused to leave...and mpd began making arrests. again...10 people were arrested. state representativ the area last night he was detained by mpd...and later released. reporting live in the sherman park neighborhood dc fox6 news. meanwhile... a group of kids is looking to make a difference in the sherman park neighborhood. the kids first initiative is a youth empowerment organization that works to bring resources to young people so that they can become more productive. the visit will feature a tablet
long-term plans for jobs. the activities all start at four o'clock. they don't know what killed her... but family members know how kristina fee-brink fiebrink would up in a milwaukee county jail cell. now they're speaking out - nicole with the latest in the newsroom. kristina fee-brink 's family is speaking out... and warning others to stay straight and clean after the woman's death inside a cell. 38-year-old kristina fee-brink fiebrink was in custody for resisting an officer after police tried to arrest her on a felony warrant. she spent four found unresponsive. fiebrink's family say she was addicted to drugs-- and they want others to learn from her situation. they are using elephant tranquilizers to try and cut the heroin now fentanyl which is so much more potent its time we start changing and being a good example fiebrink leaves behind siblings, children and grandchildren. once again the cause of her death is still being investigated... the
results are currently on non- disclosure. through july, the medical examiner has certified 161 drug overdose deaths. thats up about ten percent from 2015. it's a facebook status... that ended with felony charges. police say a suspect beat a man with a brick - but they didn't have to look far for an alleged confession. fox 6's bret lemoine has this exclusive: greenfield police sergeant chris deglopper da-gloppe investigated at a home near this intersection in may. a woman called police... cd 'reporting that there was a fight involving her boyfriend and a friend.' according to the criminal complaint, 36 year old brian schwochert walked up to the other man with closed fists... shouting: 'i came here for you, .'schwochert allegedly punched the victim... knocking him to the ground. cd 'he had been hit by something extremely hard - he thought it was a rock - multiple times.' the man was allegedly hit with
significant, the victim required six stitches. investigators say schwochert was gone by the time police arrived on scene... but a tip lead them to schwocherts facebook page... and a bombshell post. cd 'ive never seen someone provide such a confession on social media.' schwochert makes reference to kicking the victim with his blood-stained steel- toed boots. ' i also smashed 2 bricks, yes, concrete bricks over his head. he ran crying and screaming for police,' he allegedly wrote. 'why would i 'well find out... if i have a trial. trust me, this deserved it.' now schwochert can post a new status update... one that shows him facing a felony count of substantial battery. cd 'i wish that every offender edit would go home and do the same thing - put it out on facebook for everybody to see. it sure would make our job a lot easier.' bl 'we are not naming the victim, but we did stop by his home for comment tuesday afternoon. no one answered the door. we also reached out to schwocherts
greenfield, bl, fox6 news.' happening now - two milwaukee mothers say they are waiting for justice... after their sons were hit and killed while they rode their motorcycles earlier this month. 25-year-old deangelo maxwell and 36-year-old james morris were struck and killed at 6th and mckinley. the driver of the truck who hit them was initially arrested. a medical examiner's report indicates were noted in the back seat of the truck" and "a marijuana pipe could be seen laying on the ground..." charges for homicide were pending-- but just two days after the crash, the driver was released from custody. he killed my baby...this is crushing me and killing me. it looks like there is no justice, not when you let a person out. the milwaukee county district attorney's office says the case is still under review for additional evidence related to accident reconstruction.
and vigil for their two sons tomorrow. happening today- presidential nominee donald trump will be meeting with mexico's president... before delivering a speech on immigration. trump's stance on immigration... leading to some awkward moments at the opening of a new mexican consulate on milwaukee's lower east side. angelica explains. before cutting the ribbon yesterday... mexico's top diplomat took a few swings at donald trump's immigration plans. trump wants mexico to pay for a border wall -- and has said he favors mass people who are in the u-s illegally. the diplomat made her speech in front of several supporters of trump. facts speak against stereotypes. history against bigotry. cooperation against xenophobia of course theyre going to say that because obviously mr trump has taken a pretty hard line against mexico. i think our ties are still strong the consulate is mexico's 50th
population will no longer have to travel to chicago for visas and other paperwork. wisconsin officials say it's a sign of strong business ties between mexico and wisconsin. straight ahead - we're breaking down more of trump's surprise meeting... plus - taking a look at new developments in the clinton email probe. plus - how the mask made famous in the movie "scream" ... is complicating a shooting investigation. and happening now - hawaii... preparing for something that hasn't happened in landfall. backpack buddies are back! you can help fox 6 and feeding america eastern wisconsin make sure kids get enough to eat & are ready to learn. go to any sendiks food market to purchase your backpack buddies - now through september 6th - there are lots of buddies to choose from. all of the proceeds will be used to provide backpacks, filled with food, to milwakuee area kids in need...and those backpacks will be restocked with food every friday throughout the
russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to
be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold
accused in a fatal shooting outside a milwaukee police station will have a preliminary hearing this afternoon. 65-year-old randall drescher faces one count of reckless homicide. police say drescher along with another man were sitting in a van outside the police station at 27th and kinnickinnic earlier this month. officers say those two men got into an argument with 42-year-old reed carlsen. at one point -- drescher alled gun... shooting and killing carlsen. the former cudahy police dispatcher accused of stealing parking ticket money is also expected in court today. prosecutors say melissa mueller was caught on camera pocketing the cash. she has since resigned from her job. her preliminary hearing is scheduled for this afternoon. also due in court today-- the man accused of sexually assaulting and waterboarding a woman in racine. 29-year-old michael martinez will have his preliminary hearing later
woman's face and then poured water on it to try to get information out of her. she says she felt like she was drowning.... and that it went on for quite some time. if convicted -- martinez could spend up to 40 years in prison. developing right now in chicago - the police department is moving to fire five officers... over the laquan mcdonald shooting. angelica's following that story and more from across america. chicago's police superintendent... eddie johnson... filed administrative charges yesterday seeking the removal of five officers. who shot mcdonald 16 times in october 2014. the officers are charged with giving false reports - suggesting an attempted cover-up. at least two of the officers have been involved in misconduct cases before. the matter now goes before the chicago police board. meanwhile... police in santa monica are searching for a home invasion robbery suspect... who shot the homeowner... while wearing a "scream" mask. because of that mask - police say they don't even know the gender of the suspect. police say several people were in the house at the
no word yet if the robber managed to steal anything. the victim was taken to a hospital... and is now stable. nearly a dozen kayakers are recovering this morning, after being hit by a ferry in the hudson river. investigators say the boat plowed into the 11 kayakers as it was pulling out of the port. four suffered injuries that needed medical care... including one victim who suffered a deep laceration to the elbow. the captain passed drug and alcohol tests. officials believe "sun glare" may have been a factor. spokesman and senior commander is killed in northern syria. the group says abu muhammed al- adnani was martyred"' - and members are threatening to avenge his death. the death would be the latest blow to the group, which has been on the retreat in syria and iraq. adnani has delivered fiery sermons urging followers to carry out attacks. developing this morning - law
could publicly release its report on the hillary clinton email probe - as early as today. the agency is expected to also release notes of their interview with the presidential nominee. but - some items are not expected to be released today. those include additional notes from interviews involving clinton aides... and some other investigative material that was sent to congress. also happening today - donald trump... meeting with mexican president enrique pena neito. the surprise meeting is scheduled just hours before trump is set to deliver a president pena nieto's office tweeted that both trump and hillary clinton have been invited for bilateral relations dialogues. pena nieto's meeting with trump would be extraordinary, given trump's pledges to build a border wall and make mexico pay for it. it comes after months of harsh words between trump and mexico's leaders - including pena nieto comparing trump to hitler and mussolini. happening right now - residents of hawaii's big island... are preparing for
pacific hurricane to make landfall in the state in decades. forecasters predict hurricane madeline will weaken from its current category 3 strength... but they're still expecting it to remain a hurricane as it passes by hawaii. officials are now warning residents to restock their emergency kits... create evacuation plans... and make sure their outdoor furniture is secure. forecasters there are keeping an eye on a second hurricane - lester - as well. anchors chat and toss to steph decreasing clouds. cooler and less humid. high: 74 dewpoint: 57 wind: n 5-10 mph tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 59 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny with
mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 76 dewpoint: 57 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 59 high: 79 dewpoint: 62 wind: se 5-10 mph mn with a chance for t-storms. am low: 65 high: 81 dewpoint: 64 wind: s 5-10 mph bad news for green bay packers' punter tim masthay... who found out he's been
green bay native peter more'tell' the rookie who was released monday... but when jacob schum became available- after the buccaneers made "him" a cut casualty- tim masthay was given his walking papers. jacob schum will be given a long look in kansas city during tomorrow night's preseason finale. here's how the packers got down to yesterday's 75 man roster limit harvey binford was released. tight end kennard backman-a 6th round draft pick last year, was placed on injured reserve. running back john crockett-on i.r. with a shoulder injury. ditto c jacob flores, tight end mitchell henry, guard josh walker- all on injured reserve. linebacker lerentee mccray was traded to buffalo for a future draft pick. it's a nerve-wracking time for the guys on the bubble... with cuts down to
focusing on those cuts... but a different kind of cut. "ive been cutting it down slowly. i had the mutton chops yesterday and those lasted for about a day. then i went down to this. very proud of it. i looked back at some of the packers post on twitter about the history of my mustache over the years and im very proud of the fact that its finally filling in at 32." packers hall of fame-- ready to honor the legendary brett favre. the new brett favre exhibit officially opens today with a ribbon cutting ceremony at nine this morning. the exhibit will honor favre's time with the team, recognizing his most memorable moments. it will also pay tribute to his induction into the pro-football hall of fame earlier this month. ever wondered how much your dog actually understands? the new study on man's best
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the hit fox series "so you think you can dance..." celebrating its 250th episode this week. the series has helped launch the careers of past competitors... and brought dance to the forefront of entertainment. the milestone was celebrated ziegler... and all- star travis wall. and... for the first time, the contestants took over by performing their own choreographed routines. meanwhile... the judges on fox's "masterchef" are whipping up some "masterchef" are whipping up some special recipes for labor day. tonight... seven remaining cooks will compete in a mystery box challenge...
elimination challenge will see contestants go head-to-head to create a cooking platter. the judges themselves have released their own meals for the holiday weekend... including jerk chicken... smoked pork sliders... and a corn cookie ice cream pie. "he's ruining our lives, he's ruining our - it's an emergency bark bark bark - awww you little cutie pie." so how much can man's best friend understand? it turns out - more than you might think. the brain activities of dogs as they heard various phrases. when the dogs heard things like "good boy" or "well done" they responded stronger than when they heard neutral words like "nevertheless" or "however." dogs also responded strongly to a positive, cheerful tone of voice. long story short: the researchers say dog owners may want to choose
ordinary people have imagined for years. what would it be like to come face to face with an alien? "e-t phone home" now... russian astronomers say they've discovered a star around 94-light years from earth... emitting a very strong radio signal. astronomers are training their telescopes on the star in the hopes of if the signal is artificial-- it could be evidence of a hugely advanced alien civilization... that would be able to harness the entirety of the energy emitted by its star. that type of civilization would need a superstructure to harness the energy. earth is less advanced than that - right now... we're able to harness all the energy available on our
"want you to know you come out here harass people it cuases problems. in the sherman park neighborhood overnight. milwaukee police make arrests after people attending a memorial clash with officers. plus --- the packers making some cuts as they get ready for the season. ahead who's now on the roster. good morning and welcome back to wakeup! time now x:xx weather a quiet, cooler day